Meet the Team

Sarah Ferroni, Nurse Practitioner

Sarah Ferroni, Nurse Practitioner

Provider

Sarah Ferroni, nurse practitioner, received her Master of Science in nursing from Western University of Health Sciences in Southern California. She has nursing experience in emergency care, medical surgery, intensive care, and home health care. Since graduating in 2017, she has worked in primary care. Sarah enjoys living in Alaska and exploring the beautiful sites it has to offer. She is excited to provide primary care services at the C’eyiits’ Hwnax Life House Community Health Center.

Vicky Kindseth, RN

Vicky Kindseth, RN

RN Case Manager

Vicki Kindseth, registered nurse (RN) case manager, has been a Chickaloon community member since 1983 and a practicing RN in Alaska since 1977. Her nursing focus is on patient advocacy, education, prevention of disease, and good health habits (including traditional and complementary medicine). Vicky feels blessed to live and practice in her community.

Christine Hall, CMA

Christine Hall, CMA

Certified Medical Assistant

Christine Hall, Certified Medical Assistant, is a lifelong Alaskan raised in Anchorage who now lives in the Mat-Su Borough. She has previously worked for Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium as an assistant case manager and has a certificate in medical assisting. She is very excited to be working with the Chickaloon Native Village and Sutton community at the C’eyiits’ Hwnax Life House Community Health Center.

Tiffany LaRue

Tiffany LaRue

Manager

Tiffany LaRue, manager, is a lifelong Alaskan originally from Juneau and Kake, Alaska before moving to the Matanuska-Susitna Borough in 2018. She is Tlingit, Filipino, Scottish, and Swedish. Tiffany previously worked with local Tribes in education, community outreach, local historical events, with the youth community, with Alaska Native Elders and Indigenous language speakers, artists, and Tribal members. Some of her hobbies include spending time with family, hiking, cabin trips, attending local community events, foraging mushrooms, and any activities that involve the outdoors.

Ebba Paniptchuk

Ebba Paniptchuk

Administrative Support

Ebba Paniptchuk has lived in Alaska all her life. Born and raised in Shaktoolik, she moved in October 1999. Ebba enjoys watching and playing basketball, fishing for halibut and salmon, and picking blueberries. She loves her family and friends, and enjoys listening to the birds in the early morning while drinking a good cup of coffee. Ebba started working for SCF in April 2015 and says, “I enjoy every bit of my job.”

Specialty Providers

Kylie Burns, RD

Kylie Burns, RD

Dietitian

Kylie Burns, registered dietitian, was born and raised in Kansas City, Kansas. She moved to Alaska in 2010 as a member of the University of Alaska Anchorage’s Women’s Basketball Program. Since moving to Alaska, Kylie has fallen in love with the beauty of the state and calls it her new home. In her free time, Kylie enjoys being active, especially outdoors. Running, cross-country skiing, and hiking are a few of her favorite activities. Her other hobbies include camping, traveling, photography, and spending time with friends and family. She is looking forward to working with community members as she begins her career with Southcentral Foundation and the Life House Community Health Center.

Christy Revet

Christy Revet

Massage Therapist

Christy Revet, massage therapist, was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska. In 2007, she moved to Las Vegas to attend Nevada School of Massage Therapy and returned to Anchorage after graduating in 2008. She joined Southcentral Foundation in June of 2011. Christy likes to travel, spend time with friends and family, visit the family cabin, snowmachine, and ride her Harley motorcycle.

Kristina (Kristi) Cohen

Kristina (Kristi) Cohen

Pharmacist

Kristina (Kristi) Cohen, pharmacist, was born and raised in Dubois, Wyoming. She obtained her doctor of pharmacy degree from the University of Wyoming in 2003 and was commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps. She is board certified in geriatric pharmacotherapy and ambulatory care pharmacotherapy. She served the Navajo population at Gallup Indian Medical Center in Gallup, New Mexico from 2003-2007 and moved to Anchorage, Alaska serving Alaska Native and American Indian people at Anchorage Native Primary Care Center until 2012. She then became an integrated clinical pharmacist at Bentah Nuutah Valley Native Primary Care Center. She is happy to provide integrated clinical pharmacist services to the C’eyiits’ Hwnax Life House Community Health Center. Kristi likes to read, hike, listen to music, cross country ski, walk her dogs, and spend time with her family.